Jasmine Sborov joined the Harvard women's basketball staff as an assistant coach in August 2015 and enters her fourth season in 2018-19. Sborov came to Cambridge after lettering for four years at the University of Colorado.
Sborov helped the Crimson to a 21-9 overall record in 2016-17, including a 8-6 mark in Ivy League play. Harvard went to its fifth postseason over the last six seasons as Sborov worked mostly with the guards.
Sborov started all 32 games as a senior, averaging 6.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.4 assists. Graduating with a B.A. in sociology from CU, the Round Rock, Texas product most recently developed U15 and U17 guards with the Boulder Rockies Basketball Club.
While with the Buffs, Sborov won the Ceal Barry Colorado Pride Award, given to the player who shows pride in the program through leadership on the court, campus and community, work ethic on the court and in the classroom and who is unselfish and coachable. She was a 2015 All-State Good Works Team nominee and served as a representative with the Student Athletic Advisory Committee.